Welcome to the Flagler Museum

When it was completed in 1902, the New York Herald proclaimed that Whitehall, Henry Flagler's Gilded Age estate in Palm Beach, was "more wonderful than any palace in Europe, grander and more magnificent than any other private dwelling in the world." Today, Whitehall is a National Historic Landmark and is open to the public as the Flagler Museum, offering self-guided tours, changing exhibitions, and special programs.

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General Admission tickets are available for purchase in person or online.

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Enjoy a Picnic in the Cocoanut Grove overlooking
Lake Worth.

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A National Historic Landmark


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Click below to read the Flagler Museum's digital publications such as Annual Reports, Inside Whitehall magazines, and the Season Program Guide.

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The mission of the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum is to preserve and interpret Whitehall, Henry Flagler’s legacy, and America’s Gilded Age, in ways that inspire every generation to
perpetuate and emulate the traditions and values that have made America the most prosperous and generous nation in history.

The Flagler Museum is funded in part by the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners, the Tourist Development Council, the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County,
the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.



Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums since 1973

Reaccredited for an additional 10 years in October 2020